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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15,1908
Xocals anfc personals
On Monday August totli, I)r. Ceo. S.
Aiken will be nt Makawao on a profes
sional visit. Ho will remain about ten
days and then be in l'aia where persons
desiring dental work may see him.
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
lias new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
The famous Tansan water is now car
Wk.'X by the Maui Wine and Liquor Com
pany and the Maui Hotel.
The Str. Clnudine, due to leave Knliu
lui Wednesday, August 19th, 1908, en
route to Honolulu, will instead leave Ka
hului Tuesday, August 18th, one day in
advance of regular schedule.
Manager John Chalmers of the Kaele
ku Plantation was in town this week to
get his license to operate his automobile.
A. A. Wilson was in town this week.
He expects to bid on the contract to
build the Pais school house.
Ralph S. Johnstone was in town this
week on his way to the Winery of the
Kaupakalua Wine and Liquor Conpany.
C. H. Kluegel of the Public Works De
partment was in town this week. He will
investigate the conditions in Kula and re
port as to what can be done in the matter
of storing water for the residents of that
section and also see what can be done in
the way of piping water to the residents
who have been driven Trom their homes
or lack of water for domestic purposes.
Dr. Rogers, the eye, ear, and throat
specialist, will be in Paia Saturduv Aug.
Rev. A. R. Hall will preach in the
Church of the Good Shepherd at II o'clock
W. A. Anderson of the Nahiku Rubber
Company was in town this week.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society wiil
give a Cantata and dance at the Knights
of Pythias Hall on Saturday evening
August 22nd at eight o'clock P. M. The
proceeds of the sale of tickets will be
used to repair the Catholic Church of
The only Insurance Agency on Maui
representing two surety companies is The
First National Bank of Wailuku. Bonds
covering licenses require two sureties
therefore procure your bonds through C.
D. Lufkin, Agent, and avoid the incon
venience of finding a personal surety.
William Green came up to Maui Tues
day evening and at once took charge of
the store of Young Tung who has assign
ed his business for the benefit of his
Mary K. Crewes was registered at the
Maui Hotel this week.
Miss Rose Aiona was at tha Maui Hotel
Doctor Victor S. Korg:utrcl was regis
tered at the Maui Hotel this week.
Nate Scharlin and Joe Goldstone were
registered at the Maui Hotel this week.
Tliey came to town with a line of mens
F. H. Burch of the Manufacturers Shoe
Company was in town this week with a
line of shoes. He took many orders
while here for this popular house.
Miss Helen K. Rose was registered at
the Maui Hotel this week,
Assassor J. H. Kunewa returned from
Honolulu Tuesday evening.
Charles G. Bartlett was in town this
week in the interest of Primo beer.
C. H. Fitzpatrick went to
left for Hilo Tuesday
Two Teams Tie
in Kahului League.
Waikapus are Again
Shut out at Wells Park.
The victory of the Puia baseball
team over the Kahului team last
Saturday afternoon at Kahului places
them tie with that team for first
place in the first series and should
the .Wailukus lieat the Puuncnes to
day fhere will be three teams tie for
first place and a three cornered
series will lie expected to decide the
winner of the first series.
Last Saturdny's game was well at
tended although there was not so
much rooting as on previous games
owing, perhaps, to the fact that jt
was a one-sided affair throughout.
The game started at 4:15 and it
was after six o'clock when it was
finished. The score stood 10 to 2 in
favor of the Paia team. I
J. Garcia started in the lxx for
the Kahuluis and was succeeded by
Heine English in the fourth after
allowing six lifts to he made off him.
English only lasted part of two in
nings when he was replaced by r.
Espinda, and still the Paias succeed
ed in scoring four runs of him.
The support given the pitchers
was not by any means what it should
have been and it was apparent that
it was an off day for the Kahului
Upton did the twirling act for the
Paia team and did it splendidly.
The support he received was very
encouraging, and helped him in
several instances to pull out of a bad
- - In stick work the Paias did won
derfully They made thirteen hits,
three of which were two baggers,
Upton being credited with two of
the latter. Thirteen men were struck
out by the Kahului pitchers, while
Upton struck out only eight of the
This afternoon's game between the
Wailukus and Piumenes will be wat
ched with interest, as the Wailukus
want another chance for the leadcr
, ship of the first series and are going
to make a hard try. On the other
hand the Puuncnes want to win one
of this series and as this is their only
chance they will make a grand effort
to down the Wailukus.
A larire number of rooters will
undoubtedly lie present as the Ka
hului league games are getting very
interesting and keen rivalry is ti It
' among the fans,
The Republican Precinct Clubs
throughout the Territory are hereby noti
fied to meet on the evening of Friday,
the 2SU1 day of August, 1908, at 7:30
o'clock, and make nominations for dele
gates to a Territorial Convention and
also to County and District Conventions.
The persons so nominated to be voted for
at a primary election to be held in each
precinct on Saturday, September 5th,
1908, between the hours of 2 and 7 o'clock
The Territorial Convention will meet
at Honolulu on Monday, the 14th day of
September, 1908, and nominate a candi
date for Delegate to Congress, and elect
a Territorial Central Committee.
The County and District Conventions
will meet in their respective counties at
a time and place to be fixed by the res
pective County Committees, and nomin
ate candidates for the Legislature and
The number of delegates to which each
precinct will be entitled In said conven
tions is as folicws:
COUNTY OF MAL I.
THIRD RF.PRF.SF.NTAT1VK DIS
Territorial and District
At the Puunene Club House 011 August
J2th, a Panama Hat with the owner'
name on the baud. Finder will please
return to this office and receive reward.
The Kahului-Waikapu game last
Sunday at Well's Park in which the
Kahuluis white washed the Wai
kanus.'was a nice" exhibition of
baseball, a fast game, in which the
winners scored the only run in the
fifth inning. Ernest reached first
and scored on a couple of pretty hits
made by Fernandez and Clement.
II. Sylva, the Waikapu Uvirler,
was in great form and so was W.
Espinda for the Kahuluis. Each
man struck out nine players. Two
hits were'ifiade off Sylva and one off
Geo. Cummings and Nowell did
not play for the Waikapus Sunday
and their absence was keenly felt,
more so in batting. Cummings is
improving along very nicely and
may soon be in the game again.
W. Prestage and Jas. Hattie um
pired. The time of game being one
hour and ten minutes.
The second game was between the
Stars and llealanis and was a dis
gusting one, the Stars walking away
with their opponents. At the end
of the game the score stood 8 to 2
in favor of the Stars.
The Healani aggregation have put
up fine games at times. Not very
long ago they shut out the Waikapu
team and came within an ace of
beating and shutting out the Kahu
lui team. In the latter game they
entered a protest which was over
.These two teams meet again to
morrow at 3:30 o'clock, and as the
llealanis propose to show the Ka
hului they can leat them a good
game is expected. The first game
will be between the Stars and Wai
kapus and the former, propose to
give the fans a surprize. 11ns is
their last chance with the Waikapus
and they intend to win, and if they
do a line fight at the finish is ex
pected for the possession of the Ray
mond Cup for one year, at least.
J no. Oliveira. the former Star
first basemen, has returned from
Honolulu, where he has learned
few new kinks in the game, and will
hold down the first sack.
Evers, the crack Honolulu league
short-stop, may Ik- seen in action
fur the Stars Sunday. He has lieen
in poor health but is fast recti per
ating and expects to lie in trim when
tlie umpire calls, out; "Play ball
All in all two lively games are ex
pveted and the local fans will turn
out in a Uidy to root along for their
1st Trecinct I 2
2nd " 2 2
3rd ' 3 11
4th " I 4
5th " 3 2
6th " 4 16
7th ' 1 2
8th " I t
9U1 " I 4
loth " 1 4
nth " " 1 2
12th " 1 1
13th " 4 18
14th " 1 4
15th " 1 2
16th " 1 1
17th "1 2
18th " 1 3
19th " 1 2
20th ' 3 14
Totals 32 107
A..G. M. ROBKRTSON,
Chairman Territorial Central CMnmittee
Honolulu, July 31, 1908.
Houlaha i na poe
REGISTRATION OH VOTLRS.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Registration of the 3rd Representative
District will meet at the following loca
tions on the dates and hours mentioned
for the Registration of Voters.
Kaknu I non o nn Poe Koho,
Ke kauoha ia nei na Ahahui Repuba
lika o kcla a me keia tnahele koho e ha-
lawai ma ka ahiahi Poahma, ka la 28 o
Aukake, 1 90S, ma ka bora 7:30, no ka
waiho ana ae i mau inoa no na elele i ka
Ahahui Teritori a me ka Ahahui Apana
E malama ia ana he koho balota uialuna
I o ua inau inoa la ma kela a me keia ma-
hele koho ma ka Poaono, Sepatemiiba la
5, 1908, mawaena o na hora 2 a me 7 o ke
E halawai ana ka Ahahui Teritori ma
Honolulu ma ka Poakahi, la 14 o Sepate
maba, 1908, no ka wae ana i nioho Elele
i ka Ahaolelo ma Wakinekona a no ke
koho ana i Komite Kuwaena no ke Teri
tori. E halawai ana na Ahahui Apatia ma
kela a me keia Apana ma ka wahl ame
ka manawa e hooholo ia ana e kela a me
keia Komite Hooko Apana a e wae i ua
inoho no ka Ahaolelo a me na oihana
Eia malalo ilio ka heluna o na elele o
kela a uie keia mahele koho:
KALANA O MAUI. .
APANA KOHO EKOLU.
Mahele I 1 2
"3 3 'I
," 5 3 i
"6 4 16
"8 I 1
"10 J 4
" 13 4 8
" 20 3 14
. Huina 32 107
A. G. M. ROBKRTSON,
Lunahoomalu Komite Kuwaena Teritori
Honolulu, lulai 31. 1908.
CORN WELL. On Thursday, August
13th, 19108 to the wife of Mr. James
Cornwell, a sou.
KIA On Thursday, August 6'h, I90S to
the wife of Albert Kia, a daughter.
Ma keia ke hoolahain aku nei c noho
ana ka Papa Kakan Inoa o ka Apana
Koho Balota JCkolu, ma keia mau wahi i
hoakakaia malalo iho, a ma 11a la ame ka
wahi i hoomaopopoia no ke Kakauinoa
ana o na Poe Koho.
Sept. I Halawa School House
17th Precinct 7 a. m. to 8 a. m.
Sept. I Waialua Store
18th Precinct 1 p. m. to 1:30 p. m.
Sept. I Pukoo Court House
iSth Predict 3 p. tn. to 6 p. tn.
Sept. 2 Kamalo Postoflice
1 8th Precinct 9 a. tn. to 9:30 a. m.
Sept. 2 Kaunakakai Store
lyth Precinct 12 m. to I p. in.
Sept. 2 Kalae Ranch House
19th Precinct 4 p. m. to 5 p. tn.
Sept. 3 Kalaupapa Office
20th Precinct 9 a. tn. to 12 m.
Sept. 3 Kalawao (Baldwin Home)
20th Precinct 3 p. m. to 6 p. in.
Sept. 4 Lanai, Kahalepalaoa Warchse.
1st Precinct 7 a. m. to 9. a. m.
Sept. 5 Labaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. tn. to 12 m.
Sept. 5 Olowalu Store
3rd Precinct 4 p. ni. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 7 Lahaiua Court House
3rd Precinct 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sept. 8 Lahaina Court House
3rd Precinct 9a.m. to 12 tn.
Sept. 8 Pukoln Office
3rd Precinct 4 p. in. to 5 p. tn.
Sept. 9 Houokawai tatore
2nd Precinct 9 a. m. to 10 a. tn.
Sept. 9 Honolua Postoflice
2nd Precinct 3 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Sept. 10 Honokohau School House
2nd Precinct 9 a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sept.' 10 Kahakuloa School House
4U1 Precinct 2 p. m. to 3 p. m.
Sept. II Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. m. to 4 p. 111-
Sept. 12 Wailuku Court House.
5U1 Precinct 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Sept. 14 Kihei Store .
15th Trecinct 9 a. ut. to 9:30 a. m.
Sept. 14 Makena Store
16th Preciuct 1 p. tn. to 2 p m.
Sept. 14 Ulupalakua School House
16th Precinct 4 p. m. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 15 Kanaio Church
16th Trecinct 8 a. m. to 9 a. m.
Sept. 15 Kahikinui Ranch House
16th Preciuct 1 1 a. in. to 1 2 m.
Sept. 16 Kaupo School House
nth Precinct 10 a. tn. to 11 a. m.
Sept. 16 Kaupo Church
11th Precinct 2 p. m. to 3 p. tn
Sept. 17 Kipahulu Court House
10th Preciuct 3 p. tn. to 6 p. m
Sept. 18 Koali
10th rreciuct 9 a. m. to 9:30 a. m
Sept. 18 Pukuilua (J. M. Koko'sHouse)
9U1 Preciuct I p. 111. to 2 p. 111,
Sept. 18 Mokae
9th Preciuct 4 p. ni. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 19 Hana Court House "
9th Precinct 9 a. in. ta 4 p. m.
Sept. J I Kaeleku Store
9th Precinct 10 a. tn. to II a. in.
Sept. 21 Nahiku Store
8th Precinct 4 p. tn. to 5 p. tn.
Sept. 22 Keanae Postoflice
7th Precinct 2 p. tn. to 5 p. in.
Sept. 23 Kauua Postollice
1 2th Precinct II a. ni. to 12 m.
Sept. 23 Huelo School House
1 2th Precinct 2 p. m. to 3 p. in.
Sept. 24 Peahl Store
IltU Precinct 10 a. m. to II a. m.
Sept. 24 Pauwela Store
13th Precinct 2 p. m.to 3 p. in.
Sept. 25 Kaupakalua School House
13th Preciuct 10 a. m. to 10:30a. m.
Sept. 25 Makawao Post OtTice
14th Precinct 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Sept. 26 Kealahou School House
14th Preciuct to a. ui. to II a. in.
Sept. 26 Keokea School House
14th Precinct 1 p. 111. to 2 p. tn.
Sept. 28 Hamakuapoko Store
13th Precinct . 1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Sept. 29 Paia Railroad Station
13th Precinct I p. in. to 6 p. tn.
Sept. 30 Puunene Railroad Station
6th Precinct I p. tn. to 6 p. tn.
Oct. I Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. tn. to 12 a. 111.
Oct. 1 Kahului Railroad Dept
6lh Preciuct 3 p. m. to 6 p. in.
Oct. 2 Wailuku Court House
5U1 Precinct 9 a. m. to 12 111.
Oct. 2 Waikapu All Fat Store
5th Precinct 3 p. tn. to 5 p. in.
Oct. 3 Wailuku Court House
5th Preciuct 9 a. ui. to 10 p. m.
Oct. 3 Waihee School House
4th Preciuct 3 p. ni. to 6 p. tn.
Oct. 5 Wailuku Court House
5O1 Precinct 9 a. tu. to 4 p. 111.
Oct. 6 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. m. to 4 p. 111
Oct. 7 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. ui. to 4 p. tn
Oct. 8 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. tn. to 4 p. tn.
Oct. 9 Wailuku Court House
5th Precinct 9 a. ui. to 4 p. ui
S. DECKER, Chairman,
J. K. KAIIOOKELE,
Board of registration
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does the Doctor prescribe PKIMO HE Ell to restore the vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt Tonic?
Because it is more easily assimulated bv a weak digestive
system; often it i- the only form of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain.
Borne people cliiss beer as a spirituous liquor. PUIMO
BEEU contains only 2J of alcohol.
It is the Malt Barley and Hops that are a food and tonic
for sick 11 ml well.
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S.mit of the best known cigars we carry are:
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Clias. M. Cooke, Pres.
W. L. Decoto, 2nd Vice-I'res.
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
Win. Menning, Vice-I'res.
R. A. Wiulsworth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
Accounts of Individuals, Corporations and
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Foreign lixchange Issued on All Ports of the World.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes far Rent at Reasonable Rates.